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the affection of jodie foster. he pled insanity and images were used for the very first time in this case. they used to support the diagnosis that he was psychotic. he heard voices, hallucinations, delusions. the images at the time or something called -- we know that it is not diagnostic now. it is a risk faster -- factor. you are more likely to develop these types of illnesses. but he was found insane based on this information and sentenced to an insane asylum. he has now been released, starting in 2009, to a thousand -- 2010. he is well treated and managed. they told me i had to go away faster. if you happen to have schizophrenia or you hear voices or hallucinations, it is with 99% certainty that i can show that your brain is different. if you have schizophrenia -- just pretend. what do you see that is different? these areas are much different, much more engaged. you might see there is a lot more blue as well in this map. look at this area. it is very different than that area, much more engaged. if you have a bipolar illness, you are different than if you have schizophrenia. they could
is obsessed with the 2%. if the richie jody foster he would be john hinckley. he he has got to back off. i'm worried about him. >> bill: well, he does believe that the system is rigged, mcguirk, and that he has got to make it more fair to those who don't have anything. let's give mcguirk the last word and pray that we are not arrested. >> let me say, this bill. for us political junkies, the election was like injecting heroin. this fiscal cliff debate is like drinking non-alcohol beer with elephant urine. it's just -- and that's why nobody knows about it. if we don't care about it, the average snow in the schmo in the street that jesse watters is going to interview he doesn't give a damn about it we have got to stop. put your hands up we lost. >> bill: it's so important. thanks very much. factor tip of the day. another web site where you might get some money. the tip 60 seconds away. >> everybody wins. now the west. john from las vegas. from illinois. steve from new jersey. >> that's for sure, steve. thanks for pointing it out. from dayton, ohio. from massachusetts.
wanted to do something to impress jodie foster. you know, we've had political assassins who have done terrible things for the middle east like sirhan sirhan or lee harvey oswald did it because he's in love with castro. there's all kinds of motives, but then you get into the mentally ill people who are moved by the things your kids or my kids might say they rough you up, but they don't really change you, like video games. how do we put it together and do something as americans? >> well, i think it's a must, and let me say, chris, that you're right, both governor malloy has been outstanding, the first responders, the community. the support from all across the nation, the calls that are coming in for members. something has changed here. the slaughter of the innocents and the frailty of these kids. the poignancy of it all i think is resonating in a way that usually doesn't inside the beltway, and i think you're right that it has to be a comprehensive approach that certainly includes guns and mental health and violence, and there's no shortage of responses that we have. the president's cal
hinkley case who tried to assassinate ronald reagan, and most thought it was because of jodi foster, his obsession with her, and then he tried to do the same thing, theoretically that robert dei dinero in "taxi driver," i think somebody who is mentally ill, it's too simple to say it's a movie that influenced them, or, in this case, if it was not for guns, he would have used a bomb or gases. this guy was a genius level mentally ill person. that's a very dangerous killer. everybody's going to seek these kinds of answers, and, actually, i don't know if it has much of a relationship with the particular murders, but a little less violence in our movies would be a great thing. some of the violence -- neil: that's a personal call and not a government -- should the government -- >> no, it shouldn't be the government. it should be -- neil: you're talking now as a parent. >> as a parent or the movies, should be art rather than exploitation. i mean, some of the -- we've gone so far over the top, it's like discussing, and the video games, having children sitting there killing this one and killing th
said there is a big movie she is making, the part is amazing, it reminded her of jodie foster in silence of the lambs, it had been told i was unavailable because of my schedule but wouldn't take no for an answer. >> rose: bigelow or mehegan. >> mehegan. >> look i am a huge fan of bigelow, she is a big hero of mine, of course i am interested let me know if we can make the schedules work, and then within the week i got cold called from kathryn bigelow, super exciting i was coming home from work and turned my cellphone on and had a message from kathryn, asking me to call her back, i never met her before, kind of freaked out in the car and had to compose myself and called her back, hello kathryn, it is very nice to talk to you, of course i would love to read your script and i read the script and i mean i knew page 2 it was something i had to do. >> rose: what was it about that made you know you had to do it? >> well, first of all, i was really shocked that there was a woman at the center of -- >> rose: in the search for bin laden. >> yes the greatest manhunt in history and there w
., a mentally unstable man who thought he would win the attention of jodie foster, the actress by doing that. are the media part of the problem here? >> well, i mean i'm not an expert but as you mentioned the american psychological association, which presumably are experts, they said exactly this. they said that this is a media copycatting situation and they pleaded to not publicize the situation at least of the killer in virginia tech back in 2007. and frankly that advice or that suggestion wasn't even heeded. it was so badly heeded in fact that the media not only identified the killer, they identified the wrong killer. they got the killer's brother. i can remember back in 1999, in the columbine case, jon, you and i, all three of us were at fox at the time, there was a lot of movement said don't mention the names of the killers. you didn't, showed their pictures, not their names. don't give them credit. that was a good point. a lot of us tried to adhere to that. completely lost in this case. we better get it back. jon: alan, what is your feeling? is the media a part of this crimes? >> it is
boast nominated and -- >> all right. >> will be given to jodie foster. you guys are doing too much. >> we don't make it easy for you. we do not help you. thank you for highlighting some of the folks who have been tapped. we'll see who the winners are. >> no way in the world, kelsey grammar should have been nominated for "balls." >> outrageous. >> i'm telling you that show was hot. >> after she wraps up her report. >> kel say grammer should have been nominated. [ female announcer ] what if the next big thing, isn't a thing at all? it's lots of things. all waking up. connecting to the global phenomenon we call the internet of everything. ♪ it's going to be amazing. and exciting. and maybe, most remarkably, not that far away. we're going to wake the world up. and watch, with eyes wide, as it gets to work. cisco. tomorrow starts here. cisco. progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there? yes. no. are you them? i'm me. but those rates are for... them. so them are here. yes! you
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